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ITALIAN SHEPHERDESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 22 June 1895
ITALIAN SHEPHERDESS. A short blue woollen skirt trimmed with red silk bands. White maslin chemisette and sleeves. A corselet of red velvet bordered with gold. A large led apron and red sash. A large straw hat slung with n oord across the shoulders. Head dress of white linen, fixed to a card-board shape with a bead trimming in front. Blue cloak lined with red. Crook with ribbon bow.
YORKSHIRE PUDDING. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 22 June 1895
YORKSHIRE PUDDING. To be eaten with roast beef, instead of a vegetable. Three tablespoons flour, mixed with one pint of milk, three eggs, and a little salt. Pour into a shallow tin baking pan ; put into oven, an hour before dinner, for ten minutes ; then put it under the roasting beef and leave it till you take up the beef ; then pour off the fat and send it to the table.
A FEW RECIPES. ON THE PREPARATION OF HASHES. GRAVIES, AND SAUCES. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 22 June 1895
A FEW RECIPES. ON THE PREPAEATI0N OF HASHES, GRAVIES, AND SAUCES. There is nothing worse for the health, or for the palate, than a poor bash, while a good hash is not only a favourite dish in most families, but an essential article of economy and convenience. The following ore the ways in which hashes are spoilt. The first is by cooking them. Meat, when once cooked, should only be heated. If it is again stewed or fried, it tends to make It hard or tough, and diminishes its flavour. The second is bj frjing the batter or grarr in which they are prepared. It has been shown that this is very Injurious to the healthfulness of food. Butter and oils may be melted without changing their nature, but when cooked, they become much more Indigestible and injurious to weak stomachs. The third mode of injuring hashes is by putting in flour in such ways that it is not properly cooked. cooking jm^afttt— tb? raw taste of dough. The. iettrth mode is by noting in so much jitter as to make them vapM,'6r...
PICCALILLI. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 22 June 1895
PICCALILLI. One peck of green tomatoes; (if the flavour of onions is desired, take eight, but it is very nice without any), four green peppers; slice all, and put in layers, sprinkle on one cup of salt, and let them remain over night ; in the momiDg press ary tnrougn a sieve, put it in a porcelain kettle and cover with vinegar ; odd one cup of sugar, a tablespoon of each kind of spice ; put into a muslin bag ; stew slowly about an hour, or until the tomatoes are as soft as you desire.
Gardening Calendar. JUNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 22 June 1895
\ Gardening Calendar.. rt JUNE. Teoetuiu: Guides. — In cold localities, where peaches grow, sowingsof cabbage, cauli flower, lettuce, leek, onion, radish, spinach, broad beans and peas should now be made, and in very cold localities broad beans onlv may be put in the open ground under a frame; cab bage and cauliflower for early planting. Have au vacant lana aeepiy aug, oau uicurpurau; m- the same time a good dressing of manure. Plant out fruit trees. Finish planting potato and tree onions, also shallots. Furwtn G»*dek.— Divide old plants of daisies, polyanthus, primroses, violets, and such like, and clean op the garden generally; if it has not been dug Dp and manured, no time BhonU be lost in doing so. Lay down new lawns jand renovate old ones. Ordinary garden Ehrubs may now be put oat. Altera tions and transplanting should be gohe on witni' In the bush-house and gteonniase growing plants will require re-pottlng- In cold climates, where heavy frosts are experi enced the iflxjve oper...
School of Arts. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 22 June 1895
ficb-ool of Axts. In connection with the late Sohd ; concert in aid of the building fundJJ ihepohoa;of Arts', a misundersta^fl seems to have oeonrred, Many pR#J paBentsind JEriends of the -MdreSd,« jttwi^.tb^ito»nto,ifouH»a^i %Mtur? of BBohopl treat, «na-iMM 66ns^uen« aiB^inted: wbw^^l the«omm$ttee had antidpafed, theideili of a trick Btmcture was abandoned, andjl il was aemdeu to«aU for tenders for ill ^pne^riulfUngi' : .??:-???- ?.-.?,, ';.-'; JH
Vigilance Committee. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 22 June 1895
Vigilance Committee. x A Vigilance Committee, whose object Is to n-afith the interests of the fruitgrowers in «on-' iicctidni with the l'ruit -Petts Bill was formed here lusv weeje. ?? -Mie meeting was called ondw the imspilits ot the local V rognaB'JLBsocbLtton. Mi . Knoi, fcho came as a deputation from the Seven Hills Vigilance Committee, gave an address, in whfejh he asked the resident* of Kenthnrst to tonki a branch of th» Vigilante,' in order that thatNJhey might be abb. In a proper and methodlcaJsmanner, to show to (ha Government many refoVgns and amendments that wen needed in tbeVBffi. Hr. Wrench moved, 'That a Vigilance Committee be formed,' which proposal wn- seconded and carried, and tbe first regular meeting was pat down for Jane 82nd. \
THORNLEIGH. Smith v. Duffy. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 22 June 1895
TH0SNLEIGH ? i Smith v. Duffy. In this suit, heard on Tuesday in the Supreme Court, Sydney, Dr. William Gordon dimming Smith sued William Henry Duffy for £47 10s, the balance of a debt due for professional attendance. Mr. 'Bloomfield, instructed by Mr. H. C. Moses, appeared for the plaintiff. The defendant appenred for himself. Ti^Pj^f^«nK«rhe'a*tteaaefa ??Si child of the defendant's v\Wr. several months, performing the oper ation of trepanning, and paying 60 visits, each involving five miles travel ing by rail, and two miles by road. He charged two guineas for his first visit, and one guinea for each of the others, the total1 charge amounting to £52 10s, 'towards which the defendant only paid £5. The only defence was that no itemised bill had been received. The jury gave a verdict for the full amount claimed.
Mysterious Disappearance. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 22 June 1895
Mysterious Disappearance. Mr. Alf. Willis, son of Mr. W. Willis, a very old resident of Dnndos, has most mysteriously disappeared. He 'was always somewhat eccentric, but lately had siren way to deep despon dency. Leaving home on Tuesday morn ing (19th inst.), he mentioned to his mother that he would be back again in p few minutes, as he was going out to shave. Since then he has not been heard of. The police were notified of the occurrence on Wednesday, and a search party of eight went out to look for him, but ao trace could be found, The missing man is 89 years of age, of medium build, very dark complexion and dark moustache. Owing to the state of mind he was in at the time, grave fears are entertained as to his safety.
KENTHURST. Ministerial Visit. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 22 June 1895
EENTHURST. Ministerial Visit The Hon. Jacob Oarrard (Minister tor Public Instruction) paid an official visit to Kenthursl last week. He ni driven through the district nsd after inspecting Hohsoa's Boad, visited the Public School. He addressed the ohildron at Borne length, and then called for cheors for the teacher, Mr. H. Burreil. Mr. Oarrard gave the school a half-holiday, which they had the benefit ot on the Wednesday.
Dancing Class. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 22 June 1895
Dancing Glass. ' }fua Cutler has startea- a Saturday I evening dancing class in our township ; ' |^ria^le-i 0M'ligu«66i«l'Iaai^d1 ^ftmselflnowglide ovar the -waxy floor |-to*he pulsating strains -of dancing [?] ^meiirofei^p toyaluable..for 'all; ;wnr&- Bs-;jii'^iw morning in a little ^Pt^^^SSfflSgwateriKwIien
DUNDAS Municipal Council [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 22 June 1895
[?] ?^mmmmm . : A - e^::^eS^fitteMlas .Coi^ia^wMneia-Mtto-^oflWl. *h»ir»t 8 »-docV, nnd there nMb jrbsent— Aldermen Spuhvay, HK, Midson,«nd Johnston. - . || . The minutes of the last tneetincsj read and confirmed. ' €» XtoRespondencewas read from Bfcfl White .and Arundel, of Patr&AII offering the Council £1 for them] now lying in the quarry. — The ml was received, and their offer aceeptemv Several Jetiere from Mr. John No» having reference to Lof tus Square, w% received. - s Motions. ' xne aiayor movett, — ?? raai ine uddik cil resolve itself into a committee of tbl whole, for the purpose of considering and framing by-laws and regulations foq the government of Dundos Park.' — j Seconded by Aid. Johnson, and carried.] Un resainmg, tbe Mayor reported^ that a code of rules had been framed. | The Mayor moved, — ' That by-laws, as framed, be adopted, signed, and the corporate seal of the borough attached thereto.' — Seconded by Aid. Midsoni and carried. The Mayor moved, — ' That ...
RECEIPT. Improvements. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 22 June 1895
BEEcbpr. ? r ' ImproveieDts. Persons who haveiot been in this beautiful place for th-,\ast ids months or so will be surprisecat the number of nice villas that hre been erected and are in course of ooajletion. Others are to be started shdiy. Foremost among those nearing c«jpletjon is the residence of Judge Rtilrdinge — a fine building with grand vies. Since the erection of the two ovhead bridges over the railway line, nith and south of the station) several isidenceB have been built on tbe eastes side of tbe line— that of Mr. W. ^driau being exceptionally fine.
BRITANNIA CRICKET CLUB. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 22 June 1895
t jjasfcrANNU. cbicket clot. _/ S As''*1' Mectiko. r=T The annual'meeting of the above club vas ii held on 11th inst, in the Woolsack Hotel, Fanamatta. A number ot the club's mem bers were present ; also the secretaries of the r total Junior cricket dubs of Farramatta and Granvuifi, (representing the following— Union, Xteramatta B., Good Templar, Moray Bros. ; and Granville Borough). Mr. O. Whiteford re praented the Trnnkey Creek O.C. At 8 p.m., &e*n»aeii» (Captain E. J. Love) occupied the «hair. A flnlsti having been made with the delleaoleiof life furnished by host Marshall, an«ai*ia*iwttook-jijac*.'! Then -ame the »««aA«.«nnual report o) committee, which , wfBrred^'e^saccesaJul season just over. , The r? -firuodaftoeitionoftheclubwaBShownlto te ' v 0tta6A TO Chainnan briefly complimented Si T,,«l**ln1i WfteSr eoeoess. The ^presentation fflT ^nBr5-nin flmn took place sb iollowB :— Mr. M^mm^tmlbl^lm TJghest batting, mmS^^&mauMTBOori, tad Mghest score i^BraK^Mfot^Jtl...